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1 ACADEMIC CATALOG DIVISION OF SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING DIVISION HEAD: DR. SHEREEF ABU AL-MAATI 135

2 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT MAJOR DEGREE PROGRAMS The Division of Sciences and Engineering oversees degree programs with Majors in the following academic disciplines: Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering Bachelor of Science in Computer Science Bachelor of Science in Information Systems MINORS The Division of Sciences and Engineering oversees the following Minor programs: Computer Science Information Systems DISCIPLINES (FIELDS OF STUDY) The Division of Sciences and Engineering includes the following disciplines (Fields of Study): Biology (BIOL) Chemistry (CHEM) Computer Engineering (CPEG) Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) Electrical Engineering (ELEG) Engineering (ENGR) Mathematics (MATH) Natural Sciences (NSCI) Physics (PHYS) Statistics (STAT) 136

3 ACADEMIC CATALOG DEGREE PROGRAMS IN THE DIVISION OF SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING COMPUTER ENGINEERING (CPEG) The world we live in has become increasingly dependent on advances made in part by technology and computer engineering. The impact of technology spans a wide spectrum of products and services, ranging from communication systems, to computers and computer networks, to instruments for all sectors of society from entertainment to health care, from space exploration to ocean exploration. These products are in part the result of creations of computer engineers. Computer engineers embed computers in other machines and systems, build networks to transfer data, and develop ways to make computers, faster, smaller, and more capable. Computer engineers are improving the ability of computers to see and think. They are making computers more mobile, and even incorporating computers into fabrics, clothes, and building materials. The Computer Engineering program at AUK prepares future engineering leaders through an innovative Computer Engineering education that bridges science and technology, enterprise and society. AUK s Computer Engineering curriculum is built on four pillars: Math & Science; Computer Engineering Design; Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences; and Entrepreneurship. The Math & Science sequence teaches fundamental ideas and techniques in science and math whose application makes engineering possible. Under the Design pillar, students complete design projects that enable them to apply technical and non-technical knowledge and skills, develop understanding of design process, identify and define problems and muster the resources necessary to realize solutions. This process comes to a synthesis in a year-long capstone design course. Under the Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences pillar, students develop a broad knowledge of social, cultural and humanistic contexts and foster the ability to apply contextual thinking in the study of computer engineering and other disciplines (fields of study). Entrepreneurship is the process of identifying opportunities, fulfilling human needs, and creating value. Under this pillar, AUK Computer Engineering students will demonstrate a capacity to identify social, technical, and economic opportunities, to predict challenges and the cost associated with the pursuit of opportunities, and to make decisions about which opportunities are worthy of pursuit. Typical industries hiring computer engineers, include both private & government sectors such as financial services, computer software & hardware companies, petroleum & chemical companies, defense & interior contractors, consulting, transportation, manufacturing, and consumer goods, to name a few. Computer engineers are equally successful in large multinational firms and small startups. If you would like to be a part of this exciting development and would like to have a wide choice of career opportunities in industry, government, and graduate studies, then you will want to major in Computer Engineering at AUK. The American University of Kuwait offers a Dual Degree Program in conjunction with Dartmouth College s Thayer School of Engineering, which allows AUK students to earn a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree in Computer Engineering at AUK and a Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree in General Engineering from the Thayer School of Engineering after five years of study. For more information on the Dual Degree Engineering Program, please refer to p

4 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT 138 BACHELOR OF ENGINEERING IN COMPUTER ENGINEERING Program Lead: Dr. Issam Damaj COMPUTER ENGINEERING LEARNING OUTCOMES: Program Upon completion of the AUK degree in Computer Engineering, the student will be able to: Have a solid grounding in fundamental principles of mathematics, science, and computer engineering, and the ability to apply this knowledge to the design, analysis, and implementation of engineering systems using modern engineering tools. Develop creative solutions that are responsive to technical, social, economic and other realistic constraints and considerations. Demonstrate the ability to recognize opportunity, take initiative, communicate, and work effectively on multidisciplinary teams. Understand the broad social, economic, environmental, and ethical implications of their work, and will be cognizant of their professional responsibilities. Possess a broad understanding of the arts, humanities, social sciences, English, Arabic and entrepreneurship, and build on this foundation throughout their careers to identify and respond to emerging technical and social developments. ADMISSION TO PROGRAM: Admission to the Computer Engineering program takes place in the 2nd year of the engineering program after the student has completed all required first year program prerequisites with an overall University GPA of 2.70 (B-) or higher on the selected program prerequisites shown below. The program prerequisites are MATH 201, MATH 203, CSIS 120, CSIS 130, PHYS 115, PHYS 116, and CHEM 101. These program prerequisites satisfy all General Education Requirements in the Sciences, Mathematics, and Computer Science fields. A program fee may apply upon certification of the declaration of the Major. Transfer equivalencies from ABET accredited programs or equivalent will be considered. We also accept transfer from non accredited programs for the courses that do not fall under the prefixes CSIS, CPEG, ELEG or ENGR. UNIVERSITY DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (131 CREDIT HOURS): To receive a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering, students must complete at least 131 credit hours: General Education Requirements (45 credit hours), composed of: o Program Prerequisites (16 credit hours) applicable to General Education Requirements o Remaining General Education Requirements (29 credit hours) Program Prerequisites (10 credit hours) not applicable to General Education Requirements Major Requirements (76 credit hours), composed of: o Computer Engineering Core (46 credit) o Computer Engineering Electives (9 credit hours) o Related Field Requirements (21 credit hours), composed of: Math (12 credit hours) Entrepreneurship (9 credit hours) Students are required to complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of upper-level courses (300-level or above) at AUK of which at least 18 credits hours need to be taken in the major.

5 ACADEMIC CATALOG Program Prerequisites (26 credit hours) MATH 201 Calculus I (3) [M] MATH 203 Calculus II (3) [M] CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] PHYS 115 General Physics I (4) [P] PHYS 116 General Physics II (4) [P] CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (4) [P] Major Requirements Students must complete all 14 courses (46 credit hours) listed in the Computer Engineering Core courses, 3 courses (9 credit hours) from the Computer Engineering elective courses and 7 courses (21 credit hours) in Related Field Requirements which is composed of Math 4 courses (12 credit hours) and Entrepreneurship 3 courses (9 credit hours). Computer Engineering Core Courses (46 credit hours) CPEG 210 Digital Logic Design (4) CPEG 220 Computer Organization and Architecture (3) CPEG 330 Microprocessors and Interfacing (4) CPEG 340 Embedded System Design (3) CPEG 475 Senior Design Capstone I (3) CPEG 480 Senior Design Capstone II (3) CSIS 210 Data Structures & Algorithms (3) CSIS 310 Introduction to Operating Systems (3) CSIS 322 Net-Centric Computing (3) CSIS 330 Software Engineering (3) ELEG 220 Electric Circuits (4) ELEG 270 Electronics (4) ELEG 320 Signals & Systems (3) ENGR 330 Engineering Economics (3) Computer Engineering Elective Courses (9 credit hours) Three Computer Engineering elective courses (9 credits), selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor, from any 200-level or higher CPEG, ELEG, ENGR and/or CSIS courses. A maximum of one elective course could be selected from CSIS courses. At least two of the elective courses should be 300-level or higher upper level courses. Related Field Requirements (21 credit hours) Students must complete: Math Requirements: 4 courses (12 credit hours) MATH 206 Calculus III (3) MATH 210 Differential Equations (3) MATH 213 Discrete Mathematics (3) STAT 214 Statistics for Engineers (3) Entrepreneurship Requirements: 3 courses (9 credit hours) MGMT 201 Principles of Management (3) ENTR 201 Principles of Entrepreneurship (3) ENTR 301 Intermediate Entrepreneurship (3) NOTE: Information on internship assessment for internships offered by the Division of Sciences and Engineering is also located at the end of the Division of Sciences & Engineering section of the Catalog. 139

6 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT COMPUTER ENGINEERING YEAR PLAN Semester 1 Semester 2 MATH 201 Calculus I 3 MATH 203 Calculus II 3 ENGL 101 CSIS 120 Critical Reading & Writing Computer Programming I 3 ENGL CSIS 130 Writing & Info. Literacy Computer Programming II PHYS 115 General Physics I 4 PHYS 116 General Physics II 4 EDUC 100 Essentials of Learning 2 CHEM 101 General Chemistry I TOTAL 16 TOTAL 18 Semester 3 Semester 4 MATH 210 Differential Equations 3 MATH 206 Calculus III 3 CPEG 210 Digital Logic Design 4 ELEG 270 Electronics 4 CSIS 210 Data Structures & Algorithms 3 CPEG 220 Computer Organizations & Architecture ELEG 220 Electric Circuit 4 ENGL 108 Public Speaking 3 MATH 213 Discrete Math 3 MGMT 201 Principles of Mgmt 3 TOTAL 17 TOTAL 16 3 Semester 5 Semester 6 CPEG 330 Microprocessors and Engineering 4 ENGR 330 Interfacing Economics 3 CSIS 322 Net-Centric Computing 3 ELEG 320 Signals & Systems 3 Arabic I 3 STAT 214 Statistics for Engineers 3 ENTR 201 Principles of Entrepreneurship 3 CSIS 330 Software Engineering 3 CSIS 310 Operating System 3 CPEG 340 Embedded System Design 3 TOTAL 16 TOTAL

7 ACADEMIC CATALOG Semester 7 Semester 8 CPEG 475 ENTR 301 Senior Capstone Design I 3 CPEG 480 Senior Capstone Design II Intermediate 3 3 Major Elective Entrepreneurship Major Elective 3 Major Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Social Sciences Elective 3 Social Sciences Elective 3 Humanities Elective 3 Arabic II 3 TOTAL 18 TOTAL 15 3 GRAND TOTAL:

8 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT DUAL DEGREE PROGRAM WITH DARTMOUTH S THAYER SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING This initiative provides an opportunity for AUK students to go to Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth for a summer term (preferably sophomore year), and then to return for a 5th year after completing the requirements for the AUK Bachelor of Engineering (BE) degree in Computer Engineering. Upon successful completion of their AUK BE and the 5th year at Dartmouth, students would earn an ABET-accredited BE degree at Dartmouth. The Thayer School of Engineering degree is in General Engineering, (not in Computer Engineering). Thayer is one of the top engineering schools in the United States. It is known for a distinctive curriculum, which emphasizes breadth of engineering training in a highly collaborative learning environment. AUK students admitted to this special program will study with Dartmouth faculty and students in Thayer s state of the art facilities. See: Admission to the summer program at Dartmouth is based on prior academic performance and recommendation letters. Admission to the 5th year program is based primarily on performance in the summer program at Dartmouth. No more than 10 students annually will be accepted into the program in its first two years; this is subject to admissions criteria. The cap may be adjusted after a trial period of two years. Incoming students will receive program-specific orientation at Dartmouth, and AUK students will have seen substantial amounts of the material for Engineering Sciences 21 (ENGS 21), which will ease their transition. ENGS 21 is essential preparation for the sequence of courses students will take upon their return to Dartmouth for the 5th Thayer BE year. AUK students will take all of the core courses required of Dartmouth AB and BE students (see list below). These courses are listed in the Thayer School of Engineering Catalog: SUMMER TERM ENGS 21 ENGS 22 ENGS 33 (or 25) SAMPLE BE YEAR PROGRAM (YEAR 5) Fall Winter Spring ENGS 190 (2A) ENGS 290 (arr) ENGS 112 (11) ENGS 91 (12) ENGS 27 (2) ENGS 23 (9L) ENGS 116 (10) ENGS 24 (10) ENGS 31 (12) There are variations possible on this schedule depending on student interests. For more information on Thayer School of Engineering, see: 142

9 ACADEMIC CATALOG COMPUTER SCIENCE AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS PROGRAM (CSIS) Computers are everywhere in our society. The infrastructure of business, government, science, and everyday life are increasingly based on computers and digital communication. Whether you are listening to your digital music player, text messaging with a friend, driving a modern car, trading stocks, producing a movie, buying anything on the Internet, flying an airplane, searching for information, performing or being subject to a medical procedure, or playing a video game, you depend on networks of computers that store, exchange and process information in increasingly elaborate ways. Understanding the foundations of this technology, what it can do, what its limitations are, how it relates to information processing in living things and society, and how you can use it will put you in a better position to understand, create, and decide in whatever career, further education, or personal pursuits you choose. Computing is a critical tool for controlling and shaping the processes of modern society. If you want to take advantage of what this Major has to offer, consider one of the several options that the Computer Science and Information Systems program at AUK offers, from single introductory courses through a Minor to a BS Major. The Computer Science and Information Systems (CSIS) program at AUK encompasses the principles of computing that enables students to keep abreast of developments in a rapidly changing technology. CSIS students not only gain a solid foundation in the theory and design of modern computing systems, but are exposed to a variety of applied applications, both in lab assignments as well as in internships and in a semester based senior capstone project course. The students are also encouraged to explore cross-disciplinary connections by completing a Minor in a related field. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN COMPUTER SCIENCE Program Lead: Dr. Amir Zeid Program COMPUTER SCIENCE LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the AUK degree in Computer Science, the student will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to use fundamental concepts of computer science in the modeling, design, and implementation of computer based systems of varied complexity. Maintain a solid understanding of the math and sciences concepts used in computer science in addition to the core computer science concepts. Demonstrate the ability to verbally communicate ideas and concepts clearly and in an organized manner for a variety of audiences. Demonstrate the ability to write system documentation, user documentation, and research reports for a variety of audiences. Work effectively in teams in order to design and implement software systems. Demonstrate the awareness of key ethical and legal issues affecting computer science and their personal responsibilities as computer science professionals. Demonstrate proficiency in at least one high-level programming language with general knowledge of several programming languages. ADMISSION TO PROGRAM: Once a student completes CSIS 120, CSIS 130, MATH 201, MATH 213, and eight (8) credit hours of Science in Biology, Chemistry, or Physics with a grade of C or higher, they can proceed to declare their Major and be accepted into the Computer Science Program. Students are encouraged to declare their Major by the end of their second (Sophomore) year. 143

10 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT Transfer equivalencies from ABET accredited programs or equivalent will be considered. We also accept transfer from non accredited programs for the courses that do not fall under the prefixes CSIS, CPEG, ELEG or ENGR. UNIVERSITY DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (120 CREDIT HOURS) To receive a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, students must complete at least 120 credit hours: General Education Requirements (45 credit hours), composed of: o Program Prerequisites (16 credit hours) applicable to General Education Requirements o Remaining General Education Requirements (29) English (9) Arabic (6) Humanities and Social Sciences (12) Essentials of learning (2) Program Prerequisites (6 credit hours) not applicable to General Education Requirements Major Requirements (69 credit hours), composed of: o Computer Science Core Course Requirements (39 credit hours) o Computer Science Elective Courses (12 credit hours) o Related Field Requirements (18 credit hours) Math (9 credit hours) Science (3 credit hours) Business (6 credit hours) Students are required to complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of upper-level courses (300-level or above) at AUK of which at least 18 credits hours need to be taken in the major. NOTE: Some program prerequisites do not count toward the General Education Requirements, as that area has already been filled. For example, the student is asked to complete 8 credit hours of computer science for the program prerequisite, however, only 3 credits may be counted toward General Education. Program Prerequisites (22 credit hours) CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] MATH 201 Calculus I (3) [M] MATH 213 Discrete Mathematics (3) [M] BIOL 101 General Biology I (4) [P] AND BIOL 102 General Biology II (4) [P] OR CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (4) [P] AND CHEM 102 General Chemistry II (4) [P] OR PHYS 115 General Physics I (4) [P] AND PHYS 116 General Physics II (4) [P] 144

11 ACADEMIC CATALOG Major Requirements (69 credit hours) Computer Science Core Course Requirements (39 credit hours) Students should earn a grade of C or better in the Major courses. CSIS 150 Professional and Ethical Issues in CSIS (3) CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms (3) CSIS 220 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language (3) CSIS 250 Database Systems (3) CSIS 255 Web Technologies (3) CSIS 310 Introduction to Operating Systems (3) CSIS 320 Principles of Programming Languages (3) CSIS 330 Software Engineering (3) CSIS 400 CSIS 405 Theory of Computation Analysis of Algorithms (3) (3) CSIS 475 Compiler Construction (3) CSIS 490 Computer Science Capstone I (3) CSIS 491 Computer Science Capstone II (3) Computer Science Elective Courses (12 credit hours) Four CSIS courses (12 credit hours), selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor, from any 300-level or higher CSIS, CPEG, or ELEG courses. For a double Major in CS and IS, core electives should be mutually exclusive. Students will need an additional 9 credit hours of MATH (if choosing CS as the additional Major) and 15 credit hours of Core Courses. The student must complete, therefore, an additional 24 credit hours. In general, Computer Science and Information Systems Majors do not need to take CSIS 101 to fulfill their General Education Requirements, as CSIS 120 will automatically fulfill that requirement. Related Field Requirements (18 credit hours) Math Requirements (9 credit hours) Students who plan on a BS degree in Computer Science will take the following courses: STAT 201 Statistics (3) MATH 203 Calculus II (3) Any other 200 or 300-level Math course up to the (3) student s choice Science Requirements (3 credit hours) Students who plan on a BS degree in Computer Science must also complete 1 of the following course sequences: BIOL 101 General Biology I (4) [P] BIOL 102 General Biology II (4) [P] OR CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (4) [P] CHEM 102 General Chemistry II (4) [P] OR PHYS 115 General Physics I (4) [P] PHYS 116 General Physics II (4) [P] An additional course (3 credit hours) in BIOL, CHEM, or PHYS Business Requirements (6 credit hours) MGMT 201 Principles of Management (3) ENTR 201 Principles of Entrepreneurship (3) NOTE: Information on internship assessment for internships offered by the Division of Sciences & Engineering is also located at the end of the Division of Sciences & Engineering section of the Catalog. 145

12 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT Year 1 COMPUTER SCIENCE YEAR PLAN Semester-1 CSIS 120 Computer Programming I 4 Math 201 Calculus I 3 ENGL 101 Approaches to Critical Reading and Writing EDUC 100 Essentials of Learning 2 Science TOTAL 16 Year 1 Semester-2 CSIS 130 Computer Programming II 4 CSIS 120 CSIS 150 Professional and Ethical Issues in CSIS 3 CSIS 120 Math 203 Calculus II 3 General GER-3 3 Science-2 4 TOTAL 17 Year 2 Semester-1 CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 CSIS 130 and MATH 213 CSIS 255 Web Technologies 3 CSIS 130 General GR-4 3 Math 213 Discrete Math 3 General GER-12 3 TOTAL 15 Year 2 Semester-2 General GER-5 3 Stat 201 Statistics 3 CSIS 250 Database Systems 3 CSIS 130 Science Elective 3 CSIS 220 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language TOTAL 15 3 CSIS

13 ACADEMIC CATALOG Year 3 Semester-1 CSIS 310 Operating Systems 3 CSIS 210 Math Math Elective 3 General GER-6 3 General GER-7 3 CSIS 330 Software Engineering 3 CSIS 210 TOTAL 15 Year 3 Semester-2 MGMT 201 Principles of Management 3 CSIS Upper Level CS Elective-1 3 General GER-8 3 CSIS 320 Principles of Programming Languages 3 CSIS 210 CSIS 405 Algorithms 3 TOTAL 15 CSIS 210 and MATH 213 Year 4 Semester-1 CSIS Upper Level CS Elective-2 3 CSIS 400 Theory of Computation 3 ENTR 201 Principles of Entrepreneurship 3 MGMT 201 CSIS 490 Computer Science Capstone I 3 General Upper Level GER-9 3 TOTAL 15 Year 4 Semester-2 CSIS 475 Compiler Construction 3 CSIS Upper Level CS Elective-3 3 General Upper Level GER-11 3 CSIS 491 Computer Science Capstone II 3 CSIS 330 TOTAL

14 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS Program Lead: Dr. Amir Zeid Program INFORMATION SYSTEMS LEARNING OUTCOMES: Upon completion of the AUK degree in Information Systems, the student will be able to: Demonstrate the ability to use theoretical knowledge and programming skills to design and implement software solutions to problems arising in the operations of business and commerce. Maintain a solid understanding of database concepts and fundamental information systems concepts, as well as a general understanding of business concepts. Demonstrate the ability to verbally and technically communicate ideas and concepts clearly and in an organized manner as well as write clear system documentation, user documentation, and research reports for a variety of audiences. Work effectively in teams in order to design and implement software systems. Demonstrate the awareness of key ethical issues affecting information systems and their personal responsibilities as information system professionals. ADMISSION TO PROGRAM: Once a student completes CSIS 120, CSIS 130, MATH 213, and eight (8) hours of Science in Biology, Chemistry, or Physics with a grade of C or higher, they can proceed to declare their Major and be accepted into the Information Systems Program. Students are encouraged to declare their Major by the end of their second (Sophomore) year. Transfer equivalencies from ABET accredited programs or equivalent will be considered. We also accept transfer from non accredited programs for the courses that do not fall under the prefixes CSIS, CPEG, ELEG or ENGR. UNIVERSITY DEGREE REQUIREMENTS (120 CREDIT HOURS): To receive a Bachelor of Science in Information Systems, students must complete at least 120 credit hours: General Education Requirements (42 credit hours), composed of: o Program Prerequisites (13 credit hours) applicable to General Education Requirement o Remaining General Education Requirements (29) Program Prerequisites (6 credit hours) not applicable to General Education Requirements Major Requirements (72 credit hours), composed of: o Information Systems Core Course Requirements (39 credit hours) o Information Systems Elective Courses (12 credit hours) o Related Field Requirements (21 credit hours) Math (6 credit hours) Business (15 credit hours) Students are required to complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of upper-level course (300-level or above) at AUK of which at least 18 credits hours need to be taken in the major. 148

15 ACADEMIC CATALOG Program Prerequisites (19 credit hours) CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] MATH 213 Discrete Mathematics (3) [M] BIOL 101 General Biology I (4) [P] AND BIOL 102 General Biology II (4) [P] OR CHEM 101 General Chemistry I (4) [P] AND CHEM 102 General Chemistry II (4) [P] OR PHYS 115 General Physics I (4) [P] AND PHYS 116 General Physics II (4) [P] Major Requirements (72 Credit hours) Information Systems Core Course Requirements (39 credit hours) Students should earn a grade of C or better in the Major courses. CSIS 110 Information Systems (3) CSIS 150 Professional and Ethical Issues in CSIS (3) CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms (3) CSIS 220 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language (3) CSIS 250 Database Systems (3) CSIS 255 Web Technologies (3) CSIS 260 Systems Analysis and Design (3) CSIS 300 E-Commerce (3) CSIS 322 Net-Centric Computing (3) CSIS 330 Software Engineering (3) CSIS 440 Software Project Management (3) CSIS 490 Information Systems Capstone I (3) CSIS 491 Information Systems Capstone II (3) Information Systems Elective Courses (12 credit hours) Four CSIS courses (12 credit hours), selected in consultation with the Academic Advisor, from any 300-level or higher CSIS, CPEG, or ELEG courses. For a double Major in CS and IS, core electives should be mutually exclusive. Students will need an additional 9 credit hours of MATH (if choosing CS as the additional Major) and 15 credit hours of Core Courses. The student must complete, therefore, an additional 24 credit hours. In general, Computer Science and Information Systems Majors do not need to take CSIS 101 to fulfill their General Education Requirements, as CSIS 120 will automatically fulfill that requirement. 149

16 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT Related Field Requirements (21 credit hours) Math Requirements (6 credit hours) Students who plan on a BS degree in Information Systems will take the following courses: STAT 201 Statistics (3) [M] Students will need one additional MATH course (3 credit hours) Business (15 credit hours) The following 2 courses are required for CSIS students: MGMT 201 Principles of Management (3) ENTR 201 Principles of Entrepreneurship (3) Plus 3 other courses (9 credit hours) from the following prefix designation: ACCT, ECON, BEAL, ENTR, FINC, MGMT, and MRKT (At least 6 credit hours of the 9 should be 300-level or higher.) NOTE: Information on internship assessment for internships offered by the Division of Sciences & Engineering is also located at the end of the Division of Sciences & Engineering section of the Catalog. 150

17 ACADEMIC CATALOG Year 1 INFORMATION SYSTEMS YEAR PLAN Semester-1 CSIS 120 Computer Programming I 4 CSIS 110 Information Systems 3 ENGL 101 Approaches to Critical Reading and Writing EDUC 100 Essentials of Learning 2 Science TOTAL 16 Year 1 Semester-2 CSIS 130 Computer Programming II 4 CSIS 120 CSIS 150 Professional and Ethical Issues in CSIS MATH 213 Discrete Mathematics 3 MGMT 201 Principles of Management 3 General GER-5 3 TOTAL 16 3 CSIS 120 Year 2 Semester-1 CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms 3 CSIS 130 and MATH 213 CSIS 255 Web Technologies 3 CSIS 130 General GER-4 3 MATH Elective 3 ENTR 201 Principles of Entrepreneurship 3 MGMT 201 TOTAL 15 Year 2 Semester-2 General GER-6 3 STAT 201 Statistics 3 CSIS 250 Database Systems 3 CSIS 130 Electives Business Electives 3 CSIS 220 Computer Architecture and Assembly Language TOTAL 15 3 CSIS

18 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT Year 3 Semester-1 CSIS 260 System Analysis and Design 3 CSIS 210 Electives Upper Level Business Electives 3 General Upper Level GER-7 3 General GER-8 3 CSIS 330 Software Engineering 3 CSIS 210 TOTAL 15 Year 3 Semester-2 Electives Business Electives 3 CSIS Upper Level Elective-1 3 General GER-9 3 General Upper Level Elective 3 CSIS 300 E-commerce 3 TOTAL 15 CSIS 210 and MATH 213 Year 4 Semester-1 CSIS Upper Level CS Elective-2 3 CSIS 322 Net-Centric Computing 3 Science-2 4 CSIS 490 Information Systems Capstone I 3 General Upper Level GER-10 3 TOTAL 16 Year 4 Semester-2 CSIS 470 Practicum in Computing and Information Systems CSIS Upper Level CS Elective-3 3 General Upper Level GER-12 3 CSIS 491 Information Systems Capstone II 3 CSIS TOTAL

19 ACADEMIC CATALOG MINORS IN THE DIVISION OF SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING MINOR IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (20 CREDIT HOURS) Program Lead: Dr. Amir Zeid Students must take the following four core courses (14 credit hours): CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms (3) CSIS 330 Software Engineering (3) AND any 2 additional courses (6 credit hours) from the Computer Science Major Core Course Requirements. MINOR IN INFORMATION SYSTEMS (20 CREDIT HOURS) Program Lead: Dr. Amir Zeid Students must take the following four core courses (14 credit hours): CSIS 110 Information Systems (3) [T] CSIS 120 Computer Programming I (4) [T] CSIS 130 Computer Programming II (4) [T] CSIS 210 Data Structures and Algorithms (3) AND any 2 courses (6 credit hours) from the Information Systems Major Core Course Requirements. 153

20 AMERICAN UNIVERSITY of KUWAIT 154 DIVISION OF SCIENCES & ENGINEERING INTERNSHIP PROCESS AND ASSESSMENT The Internship process and assessment is completed in the following stages: Program Discussion: Potential Interns (Junior or Senior Majors) are advised on the nature and purpose of an internship. The essential point is that they learn that there is a significant difference between the theory they learn in the classroom and the practice they will encounter during their internship. Eligibility: A student with a departmental average of at least B- at the beginning of the Junior or Senior year may elect to pursue an internship course. Internship Contract Signed: The next stage is to have a meeting with the organization which has agreed to provide the internship. At this meeting the nature of the internship is discussed and the student, the off-campus supervisor and the 470 instructor all sign the form. At this meeting special details of the internship are agreed in the format of a contract between the three parties. Visit to Place of Work: At the time of the contract signing, or at a time near to this meeting, the 470 instructor visits the place of work where the student is going to be working and checks that the environment is suitable and that the nature of the work and the place of work go together. Contact Off-campus Supervisor: Contact is established between the off-campus supervisor and the 470 instructor to ensure that if any problems arise during the internship there is a clear understanding of the roles each party will play in making sure that the student has a quality learning experience. Bi-monthly Progress Reports from Intern: During the period of the internship, interns are expected to the 470 instructor bi-monthly, at least once every other week, to report on progress and activity. Students are expected to record their activities so that they can in the future review what activities have occupied their time while they are on an internship. Mid-term Assessment of the Intern: is initially made by results of the bi-weekly progress reports. Also, the off-campus supervisor will be consulted by the 470 instructor before the mid-term grade is posted. Intern s Internship Final Report: At the end of an intern s period of work the intern is required to present a Report of Activity. This report is to record the activities that the student has completed. The program will provide a general template for the report. Students may add to the template. Once the report is submitted it is reviewed by the 470 instructor, additions may be requested during an interview and discussion with the student. Final Presentation: The student has to give a public presentation to the program/division about his/ her experience. Final Assessment: The final assessment begins with a final assessment by the off-campus supervisor. This is submitted by the off-campus supervisor. The 470 instructor then confirms the off-campus supervisor assessment. The student will have to present his/her findings, the 470 instructor will then submit the final grade, of either Pass or No Pass. GRADE DISTRIBUTION 1) Bi-weekly progress reports 30% 2) Work supervisor report 10% 3) Final report 40% 4) Final presentation 20%

21 ACADEMIC CATALOG GUIDELINES 1) The student is limited to a maximum of 6 credits hours of internship. A maximum of 3 credit hours (taken in increments of 1, 2 or 3 credits) may be applied to the major electives. An additional 3 credit hours of internship may be counted towards a second Major, Minor or as free electives. 2) For the durations of the semester, 16 weeks, students should work at least 2.5 hours per week (for 1 credit); 7.5 hours per week (for 3 credits); 10 hours per week (for 4 credits); and 15 hours per week (for 6 credits); A minimum of 120 hours is required for 3 credits, 80 hours for 2 credits and 40 hours for 1 credit. 3) The Division of Sciences and Engineering sets the standards for the internship and reserves the right to decide on the suitability of the work experience. 4) The Division of Sciences and Engineering may assist students to find suitable employment. 5) Students are encouraged to find their own placements. However, the Division of Sciences and Engineering must be advised before a student approaches a prospective organization. 6) The 470 instructor will visit the place of work where the student will be working to determine if the environment is suitable and that the nature of the work and place of work are in synergy. 7) Contact will be established between the 470 instructor and on-site supervisor to ensure that if any problems arise during the internship, there is a clear understanding of the roles each party will play to ensure that the student has a quality learning experience. 8) A placement is not secured until it has been approved by the Program Lead and Division Head of Sciences and Engineering, and the student has signed and returned the Student Internship Agreement. 9) Students are required to meet with the 470 instructor at least once a week to report on progress and activity. 10) Any student who is dismissed from his/her internship must notify the Program Lead immediately, who, in turn, will notify the Division Head. Failure to do so within a reasonable amount of time will result in a failing grade. 155

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